Underwear for safari?

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  1. Paul Edwards

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  2. Philip Glass

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    Icebreaker Merino products are really good. I have several things from them and all are soft and very long lasting so they have good value. On mountain hunting trips I learned the value of wool and how it is so insulating and does not smell after days and days of use. People won't believe that you can wear the same socks for several days and they don't stink! There are also some socks that I like from SmartWool but not underwear. No one has underwear like Icebreaker Merino thats for certain!
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    PS People here like to make fun of me for touting my Merino wool socks and underwear when I raise Dorper Sheep that do not have any wool!
     
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  3. Rule 303

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    I second what you say about Icebreaker. As for the Dorpers and wearing merino:LOL: from a bloke brought up on a merino farm:D
     
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  4. Bonde

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    I really like wool too! I hunt here in Norway, and various places in Europe and Bew Zealand, and use merino wool exclusively. Have tried polypropylen a couple of times, but I get really cold... spoiled on wool.... impossible not to get wet when hunting in NZ, and wool keeps one dry. Also Great to keep the stink at bay. Need to pack less for a lighter pack
     

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    Exactly what are you grading??
     

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    Icebreaker stuff is amazing!
     
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